Fashion & style—Parisian label Isabel Marant debuts her first ski designs, exclusively for Mytheresa.com
Isabel Marant debuts an exclusive “Snow” capsule for Munich-based retailer Mytheresa, marking the first time the Parisian designer dips her toes in ski wear. The 33-piece collection spans slope essentials such as ski pants and puffer jackets, as well as cozy knits and loungewear sets – all done in the brand’s signature neutral colour palette, with some splashes of metallics. A beige shearling vest and a statement pair of silver salopettes are among the highlights.
Fashion & style—By Malene Birger launches its first jewellery collection
Danish label By Malene Birger delves into jewellery for the first time, with a collection of classic, everyday pieces that capture its modernist spirit. The debut range consists of chunky hoops, bangles and sleek chokers – rendered in sterling silver and 14-carat plated gold. The aim for designer Maja Dixdotter is to offer a “clean contrast” to the cozy fabrics and layered looks the brand is known for. By Malene Birger’s jewellery collection will be available online and at the label’s physical stores on 18 November, 2021.
Art & design—The Swiss artist joins forces with Tableau in Copenhagen on a pop-up exhibition
Swiss glass artist Jonas Nöel Niedermann debuts a pop-up space at Copenhagen concept store, florist and multi-disciplinary studio Tableau. The Swiss artist, known for his minimalist glass sculpture, will display his works at Tableau from November 4th-7th.
Fashion & style—Manolo Blahnik debuts a virtual exhibition to celebrate its 50th anniversary
Manolo Blahnik celebrates 50 years in business by opening up its archives for the first time with a new exhibition, designed by company CEO, Kristina Blahnik. The show, Manolo Blahnik: A New Way of Walking takes place across the virtual realm, compiled by Judith Clark in conjunction with Manolo Blahnik himself and the brand’s in house Archive team. Spanning five virtual rooms such as The Palette Room or The 70’s Room, the showcase displays never-before-seen sketches, photographs and clips of the brand’s notable friends, team, and some of the most lavish designs.
Fashion & style—Bottega Veneta opens a pop-up store on East London’s trendy Redchurch Street
With little fanfare, Bottega Veneta opens doors to a new pop-up concept store in East London’s Redchurch Street. The Tea Building interiors receive a refresh by way of the brand’s signature electric blue shade from the Salon 02 collection, alongside an installation of a series of design pieces, all created in collaboration with artists. Spot foil-covered sofas and paper versions of its famous Lug boots by artist Daniel Gordon. Salon 02 collection is also available to shop in-store.
Home & interior—TEKLA celebrates the return of group dining and in-person interactions with a new kitchen range
TEKLA, which is best known for indulgent home products like bedding and bath robes, extends its offer to the kitchen. TEKLA Kitchen will offer a variety of linen napkins, aprons, kitchen towels and tablecloths in a bid to celebrate the much-missed joys of dining with loved ones. Both heavy and light linen feature in the range to create stylish, multi-textural tablescapes.
Fashion & style—Giorgio Armani reworks an original women’s bag design from the ‘90s, into an elegant weekender for men
Giorgio Armani unveils La Pima, an elegant weekender for men, reworked from an original La Pima style designed in 1995 for women. Now, in line with his flair for timeless luxury, Mr. Armani reworks the bag in a wider shape and glossy palmelatto leather, while playing with the masculine and feminine dichotomies. The new style also features details like darts and rounded cuts, inspired by the brand’s signature tailored jackets.
Home & interior—Partnerships Editions Home taps 12 artists to design its latest homeware collection
Partnership Editions launches The Home as Art, a Home category to the collective of artists housed under one e-commerce roof. Challenging 12 artists to use everyday home objects as their canvas, artworks adorn everything from table linens, candlesticks and ceramics, creating homeware with a story to tell. Highlights include plates featuring painter Frances Castello’s illustrations of the sun, candle sticks featuring Petra Borner’s abstract brushstrokes and patchwork cushions by Alessandra Chambers.
Fashion & style—The new exhibition retraces the work of Thierry Mugler over the last half century
The Musée des Arts Decoratifs brings Mugler: Couturissime, a major retrospective on the work of Thierry Mugler, to Paris – the city where it all started for Mugler. The show puts on display ready-to-wear, one-of-a-kind couture pieces, stage costumes, films and unpublished archives that retrace the work of the designer over the last 50 years and highlight his contributions to the worlds of design and entertainment.
Fashion & style—Zimmerman debuts new spring-summer 2022 collection, inspired by the strength and fragility of dancers
Australian label Zimmermann channels its signature flair for romance, frills and all things floral into its newly-released Spring Summer 2022 collection. Inspired by ballet dancers and the different facets they present – strength versus fragility, self-discipline versus creative intuition – the range features bodysuits, floor-sweeping skirts and wrap cashmere tops. The brand also offers a refreshed, abstract take on its signature floral prints created alongside florist Saskia Havekes and photographer Pierre Toussaint.